Things to know before you go

Things to know before you go

We hope that this overview of frequently asked questions will provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your pet’s care.

If you are unsure or have other questions, please call us at 757-900-ALLY (2559)!

How much does a visit at Ally Urgent Veterinary Care cost?

At Ally Urgent Care, we practice with diligence to make the best possible recommendations for your pet. We will never apologize for the high quality of care we provide, but we do understand that veterinary care can be expensive. We aim to be transparent with costs and offer multiple treatment options whenever reasonably possible. 

An office visit is $150 (roughly twice the cost of a visit to your primary care vet during the day, and half the cost of a late-night ER visit), and it covers the time spent obtaining a complete medical history from you while the veterinarian performs a thorough physical exam to assess your pet. That assessment informs our treatment recommendations, and we will always provide you with an estimate on request. 

Different health issues may require different diagnostic tests. As a quick point of reference, some of the costs for our most commonly performed diagnostic tests include: 

  • Radiograph Study -Minor- 2-3 views with interpretation: $170
  • Ultrasound FAST Scan: $75
  • IDEXX In House CBC: $70
  • IDEXX VetLab Station Chemistry 17: $110

We realize costs are always a consideration and we will do our best to work with your budget to provide quality care for your pet. 

How much does a visit at Ally Urgent Veterinary Care cost?

At Ally Urgent Care, we practice with diligence to make the best possible recommendations for your pet. We will never apologize for the high quality of care we provide, but we do understand that veterinary care can be expensive. We aim to be transparent with costs and offer multiple treatment options whenever reasonably possible. 

An office visit is $150 (roughly twice the cost of a visit to your primary care vet during the day, and half the cost of a late-night ER visit), and it covers the time spent obtaining a complete medical history from you while the veterinarian performs a thorough physical exam to assess your pet. That assessment informs our treatment recommendations, and we will always provide you with an estimate on request. 

Different health issues may require different diagnostic tests. As a quick point of reference, some of the costs for our most commonly performed diagnostic tests include: 

  • Radiograph Study -Minor- 2-3 views with interpretation: $170
  • Ultrasound FAST Scan: $75
  • IDEXX In House CBC: $70
  • IDEXX VetLab Station Chemistry 17: $110

We realize costs are always a consideration and we will do our best to work with your budget to provide quality care for your pet.